Haitians still don’t know who killed President Moïse one month after his assassination

Among the reproaches to the authorities responsible for the case are the slowness of the proceedings, the persistence of many gray areas in the investigation, the refusal of the authorities to disclose information, and the lack of respect for the principles established by law.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One month after the assassination of Jovenel Moise, Haitians still do not know who killed their president, while the investigation of the assassination is at a standstill, according to various sectors of national life and several people involved in the process, which is the object of innumerable criticisms.

Among the reproaches to the authorities responsible for the case are the slowness of the proceedings, the persistence of many gray areas in the investigation, the refusal of the authorities to disclose information, and the lack of respect for the principles established by law.

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